How to close your user account
Note: If your user account was carried over to Breedia with the Dogsey threads, please skip ahead to (C)
A) To temporarily leave your Breedia account, simply go to your account settings in your control panel and remove any personal information including your avatar. You can then change your privacy settings for who can view your profile and/or receive your news feed and set them to 'only people you follow'. Then simply unfollow anyone you may be following. Once that is done, uncheck the box next to 'Receive site mailings' but please be aware that, should you lose your password, you will be unable to regain access to your account as your email will be no longer receive mail from the forum.
B) To permanently close your Breedia account, simply create a thread in the Contact Admin section and request that your account be closed. A member of the admin team will then permanently close the account and all your access to Breedia will be lost (though you may still view the site as a guest).
C) If your user account was carried across with the Dogsey threads, please post a thread in the Contact Admin section on Dogsey (or use the 'contact us' form while logged in there) and request that your Breedia access-account be closed. We will then permanently close the account and remove any personal information on your profile, including the avatar. We will also remove the 'Member' title, and the account will not show in the members list.
Please note that in all instances, threads/posts or any other content will not be removed. This is because threads are contributed to by many members, and deleting sporadic posts here and there can render them unreadable and confusing for others. This is the reason that most forums require perpetual publishing rights on all content posted. However, on a discretionary basis, we are happy to remove any threads or posts you have made that include personally identifiable information such as addresses or telephone numbers or posts that include sensitive personal chat such as that involving personal relationships, health problems and matters of a similarly sensitive nature.